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Old 11-01-2009, 08:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Feel free to put in receipes for your favorite homemade dog treats/food. Lets try to keep comments to a minimum so it will be easier to wade thru the receipes...

http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/K9Kitchen/
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Of course the Recipe forum here:
http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...=50&PHPSESSID=

And another resource for consulations for those that want to feed a homecooked diet:
Sabine Contreras http://www.betterdogcare.com/
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Old 06-30-2010, 11:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Jazmin loves homemade dog bones- I use a bone shaped cookie cutter from michael's craft store: I vary the amounts based on how much im making but after all is said and done its a thick dough that is easily rolled out and cut to make shapes. I dont measure, i go through my kitchen and dump items into the bowl.

Jazzy Bones:
Flour
Quick oats
Peanut butter
Ground flax seed ( small amount)
Vegetable oil
water if needed to mix the dough

If i dont make the peanut butter bones then i put in steak chunks from leftovers, with the steak juices and fat, parmesan cheese and cheddar cheese.
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Old 01-11-2011, 08:07 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I have a Costco business center near me and they put their beef roasts on sale for under 2 bucks a pound. I buy a 20-25 bucker and cut out the 2 best parts for me and cut the rest up and freeze it in snack bags. Tony just loves these pieces raw and I am not kidding you, you had better watch your fingers when feeding this to them. One little snack bag lasts 2 days and the raw meat is really good for them. Waiting for one of these treats, look at those eyes.


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So I read somewhere on here a recipe on meat crunches using stew meat-- but when I went to the store today the cheapest meat I could find was heart--So I bought it (1.98 lb) cut it up into 1/4' cubes and followed the directions for cooking..My question-perhaps too late--Is this gonna be ok for my dogs? I gave them each a couple of bites and they loved it..but it seems awful rich..any advise would be helpful--At this point I have quite a lot of this for treats--Maybe like almost 2 cups--I guess I should keep this in the fridge? Thanks in advance for your comments...I will be giving this to my dogs but what ever ya'll tell me will determine how often I will give it to them.
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Hey-maybe recipes aren't important to others-so I hope this new title helps...Would really like you opinions
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Dehydrated liver is the favorite here. You can use a dehydrator or cook at a low temp in the oven for a long time until the liver is leathery. Refrigerate and it will keep a long time.
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Thanks--but is heart ok?
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Thanks--but is heart ok?
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Sure, it is a muscle meat and any muscle meat is very good for dogs.
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My grandfather has chickens and my neighbors hunt deer. So when either has extra meat they give it to me. I found these really cool seasonings made specifically for dogs and I cook up the meat with them (bake them usually) and then I use them for training and for special meals (:
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